What is a website redesign?
A website update or redesign is an creative level upgrade that includes essentially changing components like the code, content, design, and visuals of your present site to more readily serve your guests. An incredible site update will in general lift income, lower skip rates, and further develop client experience (UX).
At AVIDEX, When we redesign your website, our immediate goal is to improve your business. Your new site has to get you more traffic, drive more leads, and ultimately increase your revenue and business. We offer world-class website redesign services for your websites, mobile and web apps.
Below are the various stages of approaching a redesign project for a product, web app, website, mobile app, or idea that already exists, but needs to be redesigned.
1.Define the Problem: In the realm of upgrade projects, there are two significant inquiries to pose toward the start of the update cycle: “What are we presently estimating?” and “How might we realize we are effective in this undertaking?”
The responses to these inquiries will probably advance over the lifetime of the undertaking, yet it’s essential to keep posing these inquiries and being certain you’re following a measurement based methodology. At the end of this step, you will be able to define the existing problem.
2.Find out what is needed: In this step, you have to start developing your research strategy. What this looks like will change depending on the future redesign task. Your key stakeholders may have some ideas that they’ve formed. Listen to their ideas, dig into the core hypotheses around those ideas, and rapidly brainstorm and test them in the field in the best efficient way. And while you’re out there doing field research, start to dig into the tasks more deeper, more hidden issues.
Website audit: It is very important to audit your current websit to find out internal web capabilities as the first thing. For example, with SWOT analysis, you can find out the overall effectiveness of your website. Analyze it and conduct an industry analysis to determine trends and best practices to implement for the new version
Find out the gaps: Prepare a checklist of website infrastructure that includes people, processes, and technology to identify any gaps. For example, to fine tune the UX, you can look at few specific elements of the web page, such as a misplaced CTA button, sliding testimonials, a sketchy web form, or anything that is distracting or confusing the visitors.
Get readh with a road map: List out all required steps and technologies that you need to close the gaps. For example, you can do A/B testing for finding out the elements that are causing trouble and fix them in the new design.
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